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, the answer is i would probably start with something different from what we have in the united states. there is a wonderful book out there called "the healing of america," by a washington post reporter. what we have in the united states is an amalgam of the worst, that just about all of the system that you talked about, we have a little bit from this one, a little bit bad from this one, etc. so you end up with something that cims it is the best health care in the world when the statistics say it is pretty pathetic, the quality of health care and united states. >> you are saying the medicine is pathetic, so what about care? >> the medicine is pathetic, the results are pathetic. and the costs are exorbitant. >> that is very depressing. >> what happens then is that it gets demagogued to death. that is what we're seeing right now. the old things that scare people into tea parties, and from the left, things that are unrealistic. you end up in the same state of political paralysis, and the united states gets into deeper trouble providing something that should be a fundamental right in this
with the united states both economic and security. the obama administration really doesn't want to revisit all of that, but president obama said on the record he understand that a new party coming to power will want to take a look at all the underlying agreements negotiated with the united states by the liberal democratic party. the big issues that will be on the table between these two leaders -- climate change, north korea, and trade. one other issue, of course, is afghanistan with the democratic party of japan came in, the prime minister decided to end a long-standing refueling operation the japanese were conducting with vessels in the indian ocean. but in exchange, the japanese government has put up funds in reconstruction aid. botin the main, this summit, the second time the two leaders have met is not going to produce any new u.s.-japanese announcement on any of the issues i discussed but it will be an opportunity for the two to discuss trade, north korea and climate change. steve: major, just a moment ago the white house office of the press secretary released something. apparently the u
the united states' mission and its allies' mission going forward? >> in the larger sense, of course, the mission really depends on a great deal more than just corruption, although that is certainly a concern here. mcchrystal, i think, is prepared now to accept some redefinition of what the counterinsgency strategy is going to be. that is doing the same with fewer troops or narrowing the mission somewhat. but, again, president karzai, it seems to me, is really of the opinion that the united states is really stuck with them and that his election has given the united states no real alternative. therefore, he has the latitude to really take this as a rate of change that he would like and one that we probably would not like. >> what's the blueprint here? >> the blueprint essentially is to be able to do the basics of what counterinsurgency requires and that is to be able to protect large population centers and to devote most of our energies now into regaining the confidence of the afghan people. unfortunately, karzai's actions in recent times, not just corruption, but failure to deliver b
in dealing with the united states. prime minist yukio hatoyoma s kept that prise, making i clearhat japan will no lo ar how itself t be treated as a rubber stamp for u.s. policy, especily on the issuef american milary bases. has gtten wasngton's tention, and itsrespect. and by today, relations seemed to be warming, ce again. in night's "lead focus" the presidensanalysis of u.s./japanese relation. president obama arrived in tokyo, t first stop on a four-nation tour that include siapore, china, south korea. shortly after hi arrival, esident obama met with e japanese primminister, yukio hatoyoma. among the issues on thetable, o afghanistan, north korea and global warming. in theiralks obama d the prime minister addressed bigges sore spot in u.s./japan relations the pressness of an air base in okinawa. ny are demanding the base be closed with protests taking place before the presidens arrival. both countriewould meet to address japan's concern about the base. >> our goal remains the same, and that's torovide for the defee of ja. with minimal intsion on the lives the people w share the pa. >
to understand the future of the united states and asia is inextricably linked, the matters that matter most to our people, nonproliferation, clean energy. these are all issues that have to be part of a joint agenda, and we had a productive discussion about these issues this evening. >> for both countries, ties are critical. japan relies on the u.s. for its security. the you best allies -- the u.s. relies on japan as an ally in an unpredictable area. around this time of year the japanese by could blunt terms. they have been doing these things for centuries. people said it is time for a new relationship with the united states. >> we are gaining maturity and we need more people standing, ying,ç yes, america is not the way. >> i think president obama himself knows we need to respect each other. >> this brief visit is unlikely to resolve the issues between the two countries, including the relocation of a base in okinawa, but president obama is showing that the u.s. still the the use its relationship. >> report from washington over the past few of hours say khalid sheikh mohammed and four other
helped the hijackers reach the united states, then sent them $120 thousand dollars for expenses and flight training. the suspects have been held for as long as 5 years-- at secret sites and at guantanamo-- and have been subjected to harsh interrogations. khalid sheikh mohammed was reportedly water-boarded 183 times in 2003 before the practice was banned. but at today's news conference, attorney general holder said he was sure of convictions. >> the reality is-- and i want to be as assuring as i can-- that, based on all of my experience and based on all of the recommendations and the great work and the research that has been done, that i am quite confident that the outcomes in these cases will be successful ones. >> reporter: and in japan, president obama said he believes the u.s. federal courts are up to the job. >> i am absolutely convinced that khalid sheik mohammad will be subject to the most exacting demands of justice. the american people will insist on it and my administration will insist on it. >> reporter: the idea of bringing the detainees to the u.s. has already run in
security interests of the united states. there are a lot of people who failed to mention this as an important topic for many years, who have apparently found this country on the map recently. >> asked what bit of information was holding him back, mr. obama said nothing is missing, per se, except a strategy for success in turning around the 8-year-old war. >> i don't think this is a matter of some data or information that i'm waiting on. it is a matter of making certain that when i send young men and women into war, and i devote billions of dollars of u.s. taxpayer money, that it's making us safer. >> the president promised to make his decision, quote, soon, but not before at least one more strategy session. >> i doubt that this is going to be finished again without an additional -- at least an additional meeting. >> analysts say strategic debates deprive u.s. forces of clarity. >> some think these decisions should be made in conference rooms in washington and reevaluating strategy, instead of giving commanders on the ground the ability to make decisions based on situation
have just seized an office building in the united states. the connection? iran. plus, charges against the for the hood suspect. i'm shepard smith, and this is fox news. >> number one issue, i think, right now is that major hasan be brought to justice. >> 13 counts of murder. one for each person major hasan is accused of killing during the army post rampage. what to expect in military court. did the suspect send cash to militants? tonight, federal agents follow the money trail. first, from fox journalists tonight, he is accused of killing 13 people during a shooting spree at fort hood in texas. now u.s. military prosecutors are charging dr. army major nidal hasan with 13 counts of premeditated murder. crimes that carry the maximum penalty of death. and today military investigators say more allegations are possible as they try to reconstruct exactly what happened during the chaotic moments of the attack one week ago. >> the crime scene involves a very large area to include the inside of the soldier ready medical center. the center includes offices, cubicals and open areas where
think we're actually fighting with a full force and might of our united states of america? really? are we fighting to win in irak and afghanistan anymore? do you think we're going to win in afghanistan at this point? the president says he needs a new plan now, he is going to start all over again now. yeah. don't pass the judgment on fort hood. i can't make a decision on afghanistan, and by the way, russia, syria and iran are our new friends and by the way, poland and england, you're kind of on your own. look at this board, america. look. i'm an alcoholic. i have bottomed out before. i have thought my life, my career, my family was over. i thought it was over. i didn't know i had a second chance. we always got a second chance, but you got to decide. i got a problem and i want to live. when you approach that bottom, you have two choices. you just let it go, and if you don't stop pretty soon, you will die. you will destroy yourself, or you say, wait, wait. put the brakes on here, i got a problem, but admitting that we have a problem is the first step, america. we got a problem. it's
about right now. >> the alleged mastermind of the 9/11 attacks on the united states and four other detainees are to go on trial in new york. algerian football players were injured, saying their bus was attacked as they arrived in cairo for a world cup qualifier. the alliance between the united states and japan is everything, words from president obama as he tries to sue the strained relations between the two countries. japan's new government makes it less dependent on the u.s. >> it is mr. obama's first trip to japan as president, and the message he is bringing with a vowel is that america is back and ready to [unintelligible] japanese prime minister was also elected, promising change, but what he wants is a more equal relationship with the u.s., something president obama was keen to reassure him of it. america has been behind japan's rise since the end of world war two, providing its defense in exchange for a strategic launch pad in the heart of asia. that relationship is being strained by a growing resentment over the continuing u.s. presence. u.s. power here is slipping. >> sinc
of the military role. instead, he'll send billions in civilian aid. what does the united states have planned? >> the decision will be made soon. it will be one that is fully transparent so that the american people understand exactly what we're doing and why we're doing it and what it will entail. >> the rest of president obama's week in asia will include a series of meetings with allies. >>> the colorado parents whose spectacular hoax grabbed national attention has added another chapter. this morning in fort collins, the couple pled guilty. clayton sandell has the latest in colorado. >> reporter: richard and his wife arrived almost a month after launching this balloon and a major hoax. >> we are prepared at this point to enter a plea of guilty to attempt to influence a public servant, a class four felony. >> reporter: it is a felony. his wife pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor, making a false report. >> it's my judgment that the case is nothing more than a big misdemeanor. >> reporter: richard heene's lawyer says it is part of a deal to keep the family together. his wife is a japanese convictio
are shrinking >> reporter: chinas one of the biggest exported tthe united states and it pegs its rrency to the doar. so at a stores tt sell a lot of cnese goods-- prices are typically not affecteduch by currency fctuations. while ices for some imports may be rising due to theeak dollar, the ttom line is that inflation doesn't seem to be much of a risk. >> if every prodt in the u.s. waimported, i would be more concerned about that but it isn't. and not every price of an port gets passed rough all the way to the consumer anyway. >> reporter:peaking of passing through the weakollar makes it cheaper for europeans to vacatioin cities like neyork. at bring badly-needed money the stores, hote, and restaurants. erika miller, nighy business reportnew york. >> paul: weakness in the dlar helped wall street open hier as d disney's better than expeed earnings that we told you about last night. buyers were so inspired by j.c. penney's re upbeat earnings and reven forecasts. two hours into tradi the dow was sporng an 80 point gain with the nasdaq up 13 poin. investors brushed off an unexpected drop in
to the united states. the self proclaimed mastermind is one of them. mohammad and four other suspects will be moved from guantanamo bay to new york city. an announcement should come soon from the attorney general. it is part of the move to close gitmo. he spoke about it this morning in japan. >> i'm absolutely convinced that khalid sheik mohammad will be subject to the most exacting demands of justice. >> reporter: in regard to the war in afghanistan, the president said his decision on what to do will come soon. >>> now to the weather. the nor'easter caused by the remnants of ida is weakening but beach erosion is a big concern. this is video from this morning in ocean city, maryland. thousands of people on the delmarva are without power. later today the governor of delaware will tour damaged areas of his state. >>> and they will be cleaning up in the hampton roads area. the tides there on thursday were the fifth highest ever reported in that region. the commute got tied up by closed bridges and flooded roads. in old town, alexandria they are keeping an eye on the potomac making sure t
and beat the rush. >> thanks. >>> the united states wants to cease a mosque and a school in rockville and land in prince william county claiming the properties are secretly controlled by the government of iran. gary nurenberg reports it's an effort to shut down that country's nuclear program. >> reporter: it is important to say that there are no allegations the mosque school or property are involved in any kind of terrorist activity. they are, however, owned by a foundation that the government alleges is secretly run by the iranian government in violation of united states law. the key is this 36 story office tower in manhattan which the government says is owned by an iranian foundation. it has generated over $38 million in rent. the allegation. >> this foundation sends money to iran and that money goes to help its nuclear program and to fund terrorism. >> reporter: the government also alleges the foundation has used proceeds to make more than a million dollars in improvement to the islamic education and pay hundreds of thousands of dollars in taxes on this property. the united states
're going to spew their hatred for the united states. they are going to mock the families. they're going to mock the victims. it is totally unnecessary. we do not need to see this. somebody needs to put on show here. i do not understand why we are doing this. juliet: you do have a website, an organization. why do you think the reason is? >> it is a campaign promise of obama. it is misguided. juliet: what do you think the motivation is for him? >> i will just say this. a video of support for this position showed up two days ago out of the aclu. apparently they knew this was coming. they put a couple of family members on to be on their side of it. we have over 5000 people who have signed up with us in just 36 hours. this is just beginning. we need people to sign up with us. we need people to go to the bravest.com, or keep america safe. sign up with us and help us fight the obama administration. juliet: bill has asked this question. is it possible that they could get a fair trial, a trial that is not unfair to the u.s. people, to the family members? >> even if they do, which i do not think
the time, and that does not necessarily happen easily for business in the united states in my experience. >> in the current economic climate, structured networking is crucial. >> the headhunter route does not work. you need to network. you need to talk to more people. >> and you need to hone your elevator speech, the 30 seconds or so you have to spark some was interested in you. >> my elevator speech? i have been in asia for 17 years. >> i'm australian, and i graduated in journalism and business last year. >> and a positive element manager. >> i.t. is our core competency. >> i have been in public relations for 12 years, and i'm really looking to go back into the industry. >> so they have adjusted their expectations and tactics, but they have not given up hope that the right job is out there. martha: they are polishing their elevator speech skills, something we should probably all do. thank you very much. trace: families everywhere are planning thanksgiving, but things may be a little tricky in the palin house this year. here is what she had to say during an interview with oprah. >> one f
the health care circumstances in the united states. host: first of all, in the united states, we have the absolute best physicians, best hospitals, best nurses, and best technology. there's no question about that. we are number one in the world as far as the way our doctors are trained and the way all the support people are trained in health care. what has changed over time is that the care has become much more complex. what has also change second degree that more and more physicians have become specialists rather than primary care. i was both, actually. i was trained as a pediatrician. and i'm also board certified as a pediatric cardiologist. i saw both sides of the primary care versus specialists as well. there's more and more specialty care. fewer and fewer physicians. and physicians in training are choosing primary care. primary care is something that we all need to support. other things that are changing is that care is becoming more complex. it's very difficult to even become aware of all the guidelines that are out there. care is becoming more expensive with more technologies.
. this is to the president of the united states. it is time, it is time to make a decision. bill: today we learn the u.s. ambassador to afghanistan doesn't want more troops. so chaos reigns. joining us now from washington former ambassador to the u.n. and author of the book the prosperity agenda. here in the k.t. mcfarland defense official in the reagan administration. you can debate policy. i sympathize because it is a very complicated situation. he doesn't want to get into another vietnam or even another iraq in the early stages. however, however, now you have abject chaos. the ambassador pitted against the top general in the field. these guys talk every day. >> sure. bill: one is saying we need them. the other guy is saying don't send them. this is bad. >> it's not just. this remember, mcchrystal was the man that president obama picked because he fired the guy who was there before. bill: absolutely. >> now on our second commander. ambassador who is a former commander in afghanistan -- everybody has a different opinion. the thing i worry about is not so much what he is going to decide but, as you sa
in the united states. -- we also have a very high immunization coverage rate in the united states. as you mentioned, there are many to wonder about the safety of the vaccine. what we say over and over again is what we know. we know that these vaccines are being made exactly the same way as the seasonal flu vaccine. in the u.s., about 100 million people get the seasonal flu vaccine every year and have a good safety track record. not every form of prevention is promised to be 100% safe, so we have a monitoring system to be ready if there are problems and we find quickly and take action. i think the most important thing for consumers here and in france is that we are as transparent as possible. i could say we are really committed to that. the question from the phone? >> thank you for taking my question. the cdc editorial talks about these numbers that have been reported from august 31 through the end of october and talks about flu activity being substantially above historic levels since record-keeping began. could you put this in perspective? what did the historical levels mean? >> we have b
in the united states. he has spent much of his 17-year tenure -- jim smith says his passion and vision made the university a premier institution of higher learning. >> there has been a controversial announcement from the obama administration. khalid sheikh mohammed is the self-proclaimed mastermind of the 9/11 attacks and will be tried in new york. >> attorney general eric holder said he would not have made this decision if he was not absolutely confident that all five suspects would be convicted and likely face the death penalty. more than eight years after the september 11 attack, alleged mastermind khalid sheikh mohammed and four other suspects will be going to trial. >> they will be brought to new york to answer for their alleged crimes blocks away from where the twin towers once stood. >> he was to be prosecuted at guantanamo bay. president obama has pledged to close the prison and move some cases to u.s. courts. >> i am convinced that khalid sheikh mohammed will be subject to the most exacting demands of justice. >> while civil rights groups praised the move, others called it is respo
to call on north korea to put an end to its nuclear weapons programs or face tough action from the united states and its allies. >>> prosecutors wanted harsh punishment for former congressman william jefferson. coming up, find out if they got their wish. five dollars for a sub! but no drink? no chips? and no chance to win madden nfl 10? man, that's roughing the wallet. now this is the total package. two pieces of kentucky grilled chicken, a side, biscuit, and a madden nfl cup. you catch all that? you know i did. colonel -- i'm a fan. still think a $5 sub is a gre deal? get the $5 madden nfl box. choose from 6 kfc favorites... with a side and a madden nfl cup. now i'm a full back. unthink... and taste the unsub side of kfc. >> he once sat on capitol hill making decisions that affect our country. now, william jefferson sits in a jail cell. >> it just came in a short time ago. congressman jefferson will be going to prison, but for pure years and prosecutors had requested. congressman jefferson and his lawyers tried to argue that the bribes he was convicted of accepting were part of his side
national security. the fbi has estimated that up to 10% of the mosques in the united states are supported by people who favor terrorism. people are going to be very, very sensitive about that. they are going to be cautious, but you have to ask the question, as terrible as fort hood was, what if, in fact, we have across this country even more people who are prepared to kill americans on behalf of trying to impose on us and essentially for the structure of belief? i think this is a very important problem -- impose on us an essentially foreign belief. greta: let me move to another fascinating discussion, the new york 23rd congressional district. the winner has not been certified, and yet, the democratic candidate has been sworn in. how did that happen? >> well, apparently, when the conservative candidate doug hoffman came close, but nobody really thought it was going to be in any way contest oh, they conceded and in good sportsmanship, which is appropriate in america, and then they discovered they had been given that information, that they had done far better in his key county than they had
to their final fate. but it also comes with serious backlash. the united states, which the attorney general saw coming. take a listen. >> i can give people will in a neutral and detached way look at the decision made today and understand the reasons why i made those decisions and try to do something rare in washington, leave politics out of it and focus on the best interest of the country, i think criticism will be relatively muted. having said that, i am sure we will hear a lot of criticism. gregg: it is not muted. the administration is already hearing a lot of criticism. predecessor michael mukasey, a former federal judge talked about it. >> dealing with the decision to bring these detainees here, a decision i consider to not the only unwise but in fact based on a refusal to face the fact of what we are involved with here, a war with people who follow a religious based ideology calling on them to kill us. gregg: the former attorney general is clearly not a fan of today's decision. the civil liberties union is calling it a victory for the rule of law. either way, general holder says he is conf
program that the united states is currently pursuing is one that is on an unsustainable trajectory. >> reporter: the president has yet to decide whether to ask congress for more money and continue with the ares 1 on a return lunar mission. but for many space enthusiasts finding water has only whet the appetite for a return trip to the moon. so where did all this water come from? possibly from comets pounding the moon over and over again. and if that's the truth, then all that water and all that ice might hold secrets to the history of the solar system. in the words of one nasa scientist, "this ain't your father's moon." brian? >> tom costello with a lot of water next to him in washington starting us off on a friday night. tom, thanks. >>> more new numbers on swine flu out tonight from the centers for disease control. flu deaths in children in this country surged last week to 35. that's just in the space of seven days. it's the highest number since the cdc started keeping track. the h1n1 swine flu now reported widespread in almost the entire country. 46 out of 50 states. there is so
lawyers will try and put the government on trial. george bush was president of the united states. he kept us say from islamic terrorist attacks at the day he was president. maybe somebody should note that it only happened after he left office on our soil, and that administration is still having difficulty. after they figured out this was an islamic terrorist attack, bin laden instructed people to carry out attacks like hasan carried out. it is in their game plan. the attack on fort drum was such an attack. not necessarily ordered but carried out in the name of jihad. it does not take a genius to figure it out. neil: when michael bloomberg said he supports the obama administration's decision to prosecute terrorist in new york , they can face justice near the site where some many new yorkers were murdered. what do you make sense of? >> they should be treated as war criminals, because it was an act of war. this was an act of war, an act of terror. they should be prosecuted in a military tribunal. we would not have tried the people who attacked pearl harbor in a civilian court in hawaii for w
to go to their deaths at the hands of the united states and they won't cause all this ruckus in the system. prosecutors are counting on that to some degree. but they will have stand-by lawyers to raise some of issues, such as, after being wat waterboarded 183 times in a month, are you in your right mind to plead guilty? >> many tricky legal problems and a trial, as we say, going to get a lot of attention. all right, terry moran, thank you. >>> and today's decision will be the subject on "this week" with george stephanopoulos. among the guests, secretary of state hillary clinton and rudy giuliani. >>> former louisiana congress man william jefferson has been sentenced to 13 years in prison for his conviction on federal bribery charges. $90,000 wrapped in foil was found in jefferson's freezer, part of the half million dollars prosecutors say he used for using his influence to broker business deals in africa. >>> along the atlanta seaboard of the united states tonight, residents are dealing with an unwelcome visitor who won't go away. the remnants of tropical storm ida have broug
/11 attacks on the united states and four other guantanamo detainees -- are to go on trial in new york. algerian football players are injured. they say their bus was attacked as they arrived in cairo forer a world cup qualifier. the alliance between the united states and japan is everything. the words president obama has been using as he trices to smooth strained relations between the two countries. he's been starting his first tour of asia in tokyo, where japan's new government has been calling for relationship that makes it less dependent on the u.s. the bbc's alicer is in tokyo. >> it's mr. obama's first trip to japan as president. and the message he's bringing with a vow is america is back and ready to cozy up again to asia as china's rising power looms large. japanese prime minister was also elected promising change, but the change he wants is a more equal relationship with the u.s. something president obama was keen to reassure him of. america's been behind japan's rise since the end of world war ii, providing it with defense in exchange for a strategic launch pad at the heart of
a better way. >> reporter: across the united states, getting vaccinated against swine flu has meant the frustration of hours waiting on line. >> thank you for waiting. you're in. thank you. >> reporter: contrast that with this, the quiet calm of a british doctor's office where it's vaccination by invitation only. >> of course we have to get the highest priority patients done first. >> reporter: everyone here got a phone call from their doctor because they have an underlying medical condition. she is pregnant, he is diabetic. jane theophilus takes medication that depresses her immune system. why is getting this vaccine important to you? >> it wasn't. i was told to come. (laughs). >> reporter: the centralization of britain's national health service, the n.h.s., means every at-risk person can be identified. each n.h.s. medical practice got 500 doses of vaccine, a first wave, to vaccinate the most vulnerable first. dr. steve field is a british g.p. and a harvard professor. >> in the united states, i get the feeling often that it's about survival of the fittest. survival of those with mo
the country could shrink to four time zones, how many the united states has. but russia is 5,500 miles wide, about twice the size of the united states. supporters say it will make disabout the regions feel closer to moscow. >> until the sunsets at 5:00 for you. >>> still breezy for new england. this weather is brought to you by green giant. what's going on across the region? yesterday, a lot of rain. this is how much we've seen. not just 24 hours. it start start ad few days ago. that's a tremendous amount of rainfall. it's all because of the wind straight off the atlantic through virginia and maryland and delaware, jersey, all the the way down to north carolina, too. that low is still in place. it's not moved very far. not as strong today. only 40 miles per hour gusts around the coastline. pab more. yesterday hurricane strength winds. here's what it looks like in new york. you get rain showers coming in. coastal flood warnings are there. p 34 miles per hour sustained winds all along the jersey shore. it breaks up in baltimore, washington, i-95. not as heavy as yesterday but you still get th
accused of these type of crimes deserves a trial like you or i might. >> caller: this is the united states. we was afraid one time and 9/11 happened. there's no reason -- yes, there is reasons out there for concern but this is the united states. the world is looking at us for examples. we got troops overseas giving their lives. just like the president said. give us the opportunity to exact our justice on these people. >> john, thank you for your phone call. i appreciate it. got an e-mail from kathy in michigan. this is what they said. that's a good discussion back and forth there. heidi says -- great discussion going on. we want to continue to talk about this. what do you think about the 9/11 suspects being tried in new york specifically in civilian courts? do you think this is the right path or not the right thing to do? e-mail us at cnn.com/hln. you can also pick up the phone and call and chat like we did there. you can text us at hlntv. >>> the fbi says a mom came up with a desperate solution to money problems. >>> check this out. a mansion up in flames outside of phoenix. the fire brok
for the first time. as president of the united states. the expectations in asia are quite high. >> he will lay out his as a policy in a speech tonight. nicole killian reporting from washington. >> 5:37, 48 degrees on tv hill. statistics on adults smoking, how maryland ranks and what the experts think affected the numbers. >> women under growing -- women undergoing mastectomies, a possible way to regrow breast tissue. >> we will tell you captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> welcome back. this is a live picture of the downtown area. 52 degrees at the maryland science center. temperatures will hold steady, basically. high in the low 50's. the rain won't be as widespread as yesterday. that is good news. a few scattered showers off and on all day. to the wind won't change. it will be the same as thursday. gusting over 30 miles an hour at times. maybe up to 40 over the open waters of the chesapeake bay. temperatures in the upper 40's bandlow 50's with often on light rain showers. it will be windy. that is the forecast through the day. we will look at the seven-day fo
. >>> porn >>> pornography is a billion dollar business in the united states, an addiction for many. a license to print money for the porn moguls, and a very risky business for the performers. sexuality transmanipulated diseases are a fact of life for those who appear in adult films. a risk that was underscored in june by one actor's hiv infection. but as "nightline" contributor lisa ling found, don't expect condoms to be the answer to this okccupational health hazard. >> reporter: how many women were you having sex with at the height of your career? >> maybe ten women nonstop. you work from 8:00 in the morning to maybe 8:00 at night. and that's one scene. >> reporter: it was all part of a job darren did successfully for nearly eight years. until 2004, when darren got the call all porn performers dread. >>> get that call, everything stops. i have the virus. and my whole world just crashed. >> reporter: so you don't know how you got infected. >> i don't. >> reporter: did you infect people? >> three girls and i knew them. i felt bad. >> reporter: darren's infection shut down southern
of people as the waterfowl capital of the united states. and the waterfowl festival and hunting in general is just a major tradition to a lot of people that live here. >> you'll see anything from waterfowl art. there's actually fishing, hunting, they have the dock dog championships here. >> get it, get it, get it, get it! oh, yeah! >> beautiful drive. >> it gives you an opportunity to meet new outfitters, call makers. i've won seven goose calling championships. at a young age, i got involved with it. i have always enjoyed doing it. goose hunting is primarily my favorite thing to do. it will talk back to you. i get a kick out of it. it's a lot of fun. the fact of being able to be in the outdoors and just enjoy what god had given us and you know, i always tell everybody, my favorite thing is watching the world wake up every morning and putting the world to bed. being outdoors is the most important thing to me beside my family, of course. what better way to spend live other than being outdoors and hanging out with the animals? >> josh is a seven time world champion. tonight, he will be going
reflection that bringing the worst of the worst terrorist inside the united states would be cause for great danger. >> the big surprise is that muhammed will be tried in a civilian court and not subject to a military tribunal. >> this is a prosecutorial decision as well as a national security decision. >> the attorney general says 5 detainee's will be tried in federal court. >> these were extraordinary crimes and so we will seek maximum penalties. >> the government is expected to >> the president's deadline to shut down the detention center by january will almost certainly not be met. >>> our other big story on this friday is that powerful nor'easter pounding the east coast. it broke a barge freight from its power in virginia beach. how that barge is carrying hazardous materials. the coast guard says there is little risk to the public. >>> and st. mary's county, coastal flooding forces school delays this morning. officials say it route 234 is closed because of major flooding. more flooding is still possible through tomorrow. here, in the immediate area, there is light rain and plenty of win
of the dearation. three of the defining faces of the revolution. th thought moses ould be the fa of the new united state the parall goes deeper. it is freedom, wescaped from england but it is law. in the bibleit is moses. one figure brings down the can -- 10 commandments. georgeashington leads the americans to freedom and presides over the constitution. when washington dies, the are 450 mock funerals around e s. the eulogies compare washingt to moses. he also was a reluctant lder. not a man of words. who then let t people at a freedom and brought down the nstitution. tavis: which raises a wonderful idea. which is f those of us who know t story, moses was reluctant. he did not want to be a leader. he wanted no part of this. talk to me abouthat. >> he murders he is raised in slarynd raisedin the hi there as house and he sees the overseer. he aligned himself with the suffering and murders the overseer and fleas and goes to the burning bush - flees and goes to the burning sh. i think of as being le ogle sam. your count needs you. -- being like uncle sam. do t choose me but god persuades him and alig
of the united states of america. this prevents the president's authority to appoint, direct, and remove officers within the executive branch. complementing this authority is the understanding that the other branches would be confined to their own spheres. a necessary corollary of the unitary executive finds expression in the non- delegation. the idea that the congress cannot delegate is a lawmaking powers to the executive or the judiciary, the demise of that document -- that doctrine has led the congress to augment and to fragment the executive. by establishing agencies within the executive tasked with creating policies, agencies and effectively exercise executive power. this was once recognized as a foundational principles of the separation of powers. its roots go back to john locke. he wrote, "the power of the legislative is only to make laws and not to make legislators. the legislative can have no power to transfer authority and place it into other hands." he developed the non-delegation doctrine under the law of agency. [speaks latin] once the people have delegated the lawmaking power to the
face and the penalty he could receive. >>> plus, are 3,000 muslims who serve in the united states army. the story of one man's journey to educate others about the islamic faith. >>> president obama touched down in japan overnight. the significance of his first visit of commander in chief and what he hopes to accomplish. >>> good morning. i'm meteorologist susan shrack. things are damp for us. not like yesterday. we're seeing activity showing up on the radar from time to time. we'll continue to see that throughout the day today. temperature-wise, we are in the upper 40s and breezy with the winds kicking up. it will be another windy day for us. this is what it looks like fort weekend forecast. it looks a lot better, doesn't it? we'll finally see sunshine and up in the 60s. here's kim. >> thanks, susan. we're looking good around the beltway. no accidents or incidents to let you know about. i have a head's up for the truck drivers when bee come back. ♪ (announcer) maybe we could all use... a little more softness. with ultra downy, you're surrounded with softness. the kind you just can'
, there are no activities, illegal activities going on that threatens the united states. i don't see a reason that -- there is no legitimate reason to close down the place. >> we are here to worship our creator. that's all. >> reporter: the council on american islamic relation says the rare move to seize this mosque and three others in the country raises questions about first amendment rights. >> we are concerned about the chilling effect that the seizure of houses of worship could have on the religious freedom of all americans, whether you're muslim, christian or jewish. >> reporter: the center was established in 1981 and run directly by the alavi foundation. in 1998, the iec re-established itself as an independent, nonprofit ganization. >> people are coming here for prayers. they need to go after the people who are doing something which is not right, but they should not be closing an institution like this. >> reporter: prosecutors say at this point there are no allegations that any tenants of these properties have done anything wrong. they are targeting 100 acres of property out in prince w
and then the united states going wobbly in terms of whether it will commit more resources to afghanistan puts us in a tough position. >> white house officials insist the president's focus on making a decision he will stick with, once certain to define at least part of his presidency. robert gates told reporters today the president is close to deciding but wants to check all the angles. the top u.s. commander in the region would not discuss the war council debate but said answers in afghanistan aren't easy. >> i'm not an optimist. i'm not a pessimist. i'm a realist. the reality is that it is all hard all the time. >> it is because of the relative lack of developed institutions, human capital, experience with strong central government, 30 years of war, very limited infrastructure. >> the president made his way to el "ellen" manien dove, robert -- to elmendorf air force base, defense secretary gates says he is appalled by the leaks surrounding the afghan review process and wants everyone, quote, to just shut up. major garrett live on friday morning in tokyo. major, thanks. intelligence officials sa
watching this young 2004 convention and saw this young senator, soon to be senator of the united states making a speech you said to yourself what? >> it just grabbed me because what he was saying was -- or i felt like for the first time here's a politician speaking to my generation and what he was saying was very new and very different and i remember at the time the country's very divided about the war and he was saying we're not the red and blue states but the united states. i was taken by what he had to say. >> charlie: what did you do? >> i bought his book, "dreams of my father," and i read it and i start googling him and trying to find his number -- his press numbers i called and no one called me back and when i realized i needed a strong team behind me. >> charlie: and you? >> we all had that reaction to that speech. i mean republicans and democrats alike were going who's that guy. >> charlie: the new face on the block. >> yeah. and i think that you know -- one of the things that excited me about him was more generational i really did look at obama in reading his book he seemed pos
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